Posts Tagged ‘chalk’

  • After the Rains

    April 4th, 2019 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on After the Rains

    This spring has sure been wet for the Northern California area which is home for Drawing on Earth. Our big year long elementary school chalk drawing project has begun again. Drawing on Earth is collaborating with the Mt. Diablo Unified School District Education Foundation to chalk draw on 30 elementary school playgrounds which involves 15,000 […]

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  • A Year of Drawing on Playgrounds

    December 12th, 2018 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on A Year of Drawing on Playgrounds

    Buy us some Chalk so we can Draw on the Earth. PLEASE DONATE NOW Drawing on Earth is working in collaboration with theMt Diablo Unified School District Education Foundation. The Education Foundation recently received funding to have more Art in elementary schools, they heard about me through word of mouth (it’s a great story I’ll […]

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  • Fundraiser – End of the 2017

    December 20th, 2017 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on Fundraiser – End of the 2017

    Celebrating Ten Years of Drawing on Earth! This is our End of the Year fundraiser for DRAWING on EARTH. We are a 501c3 nonprofit that “passionately connects Art and Creativity to Youth and Communities around the World.” We have drawn with approx. 18,000 kids and adults, and on 3 continents so far. Our first project […]

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  • Oakland Museum of CA

    September 30th, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    Last week we were invited to chalk draw at the Oakland Museum of California (OMCA). The cleint was the Alameda County Arts Commission and the Alameda County Office of Education. They was a conference called “Creative Impact,” which celebrated the start of the fifth annual San Francisco Bay Area National Arts in Education Week. It […]

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  • That Makes 1,200 Butterflies

    July 3rd, 2015 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

      Drawing on Earth’s VISION STATEMENT: Growing evolving healthy loving children and adults who are connected to them selves, each other, and to their environment through the cultivation of a creative mind, body, heart, and soul.   Butterflies Are Free A month ago we worked with 1,200 elementary school kids at 2 different schools. The […]

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  • ORCA Chalk

    April 16th, 2014 | Blog, News | admin | Comments Off on ORCA Chalk

    Middle School is another world unto itself. I mostly work with elementary schools, the students are mostly fun, innocent, creative, and alive. Middle school students are a different animal and… it was still a wonderful experience. With the help of the fabulous art teacher Lindsey Shepard and her students, and the two PE teachers who […]

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  • Fundraiser 2013: Raffle, Ends Nov. 10

    October 29th, 2013 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments When your chalk stash is low raise some funds. It’s time to buy some chalk, hire a grant writer, pay some teens to learn admin, open a chalk park (a first), and set a few more world records. Would you like to be part of this creative adventure? There is a raffle happening now for […]

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  • Chalk Fest 2011 – Sarasota Florida

    November 23rd, 2011 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    What a beautiful chalk festival! Street painting artists from all over the world came to draw on the streets. This year a new element was introduced – vertical. Mural and graffiti artists were invited to create work all over the area where we were chalk drawing.  MTO and other fantastic French graffiti artists created amazing […]

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  • Speaking @ Stanford “Seeing into the Life of Things” Nov. 14

    October 22nd, 2011 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    Founder of Drawing on Earth –  Mark Wagner will be speaking at Stanford along with photographer Rob Buelteman and musician Annea Lockwood. “SEEING into the LIFE of THINGS” Nov. 14, 2011 7pm, Free

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  • NEA

    July 5th, 2011 | Blog, News | admin | No Comments

    We were recently were chalk drawing at the NEA Community Learning Center, a small charter K-12 school in Alameda, CA. The school’s totem is a Baobab Tree, a strange and magical African tree, that is what we drew. See more photos in our Gallery section – NEA Press: Jumbo Logo Special thanks to Tania Seabock, […]

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